Bhopal: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal is all geared up to kick-start his party's campaign for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections which is due next year as he will be addressing a rally in 'the city of lakes' on Tuesday.
"Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is going to address a Parivartan rally at Chhola Dussehra Maidan tomorrow," AAP's convener in Madhya Pradesh, Alok Agrawal, told reporters.
"With this rally, we will kick-start our campaign against MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's corrupt government. AAP aims to unseat the BJP in the 2018 state assembly polls," he added.
"At the rally, Kejriwal will speak on the issue of demonetisation, which has been causing great hardship to the people and was the biggest scam since Independence," Agrawal alleged.
Accusing the Chouhan government of indulging in corruption, he said, "People are tired of the BJP government as it has failed on all counts. The state has been grappling with issues like unemployment, poverty and hunger, among others."
"AAP is an alternative in MP given that the Congress is dead in the state," Agrawal claimed.
Kejriwal will reach the state capital at 7.30 am tomorrow and is scheduled to reach the venue around noon.